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05-22-2019, 07:46 PM

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Originally Posted by CaptainPots View Post
How would you describe the differences between Ignite and Revo?
I've played both for an extended period of time and this is what I experienced:

Ignite has a little more deflection with short ~3 diamonds or so and within ~1 tip from center CB. After you get outside that ~1 tip area the ignite has, IMO, a lot more deflection than the revo. Again, close up shots....say, 3 diamonds or less, well, the ignite has a little more but, moving past ~3 diamonds, especially with extreme spin....the ignite has a more noticeable amount of deflection vs the revo. The revo, IMO, is still in a class by itself when it comes to "production carbon fiber" cues....performance wise.

Now, if performance takes a backseat to feel, sound etc...etc and your not concerned with a tiny bit to a lot more deflection (depending on shit length and speed), well, the ignite may be better suited to you. Especially if you have issues with no white ferrule, people that have to have a ferrule for visual reasons are better off going with the mezz or pechauer.


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